The beautifully renovated Baltimore Museum of Art is a unique venue with a variety of spaces that are ideal for events large and small – milestone celebrations, intimate dinner parties, wedding ceremonies and receptions, rehearsal dinners, bar/bat mitzvahs, corporate receptions, holiday parties, meetings, performances, film screenings, and much more.
Corporate Council Members and Curator’s Council Members (at the $2,500 level and above) receive reduced rental rates on all space options. Learn more about this and other Member exclusive benefits.
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Majestic Fox Court, located up the front steps and just inside the historic Merrick Entrance, is an exquisite neoclassical room featuring a soaring coffered ceiling supported by elegant Ionic columns.
Antioch Court showcases the BMA's magnificent Antioch mosaics and sculptures, and surrounds the Museum's Atrium with elegant floor-to-ceiling windows.
Nestled on nearly three acres, two terraced gardens are home to 34 masterworks of modern and contemporary sculpture ranging from Auguste Rodin’s striding Balzac (1892) to Alexander Calder’s soaring red 100 Yard Dash (1969), providing a 100-year survey of sculpture from the figural to the abstract.
BMA Meyerhoff Auditorium
The Joseph and Rebecca Meyerhoff Auditorium is an elegant venue for concerts, screenings, business presentations, dance showcases, and theatrical performances. The auditorium is equipped with film and digital projectors, industry-quality sound and lighting systems, a stage suited for dance and theatrical performances, piano, portable Marley dance floors, and seating for 363 guests.
Stately Woodward Gallery
A stately-appointed gallery of equestrian art and trophies, the Woodward Room was designed by Wrenn, Lewis and Jenkins of Baltimore and decorated Billy Baldwin and his partner Edward Thartin Jr., known for their work on The White House for Jacqueline Kennedy.